Type to search

Family Owned Business Awards News Residential Real Estate

Carl M. Freeman Companies acquires 140 acres in Lewes

Avatar photo

SELBYVILLE – Carl M. Freeman Companies announced the acquisition of 140 acres along Robinsonville Road in Lewes. The Freeman Companies newest development, Tidewater Landing, comes from years of planning and coordination with state, county and local community members, according to Freeman Companies officials.

The master-planned community will feature 195 single-family homes, a pool and clubhouse. Construction is scheduled for the first quarter of 2017.

Tidewater Landing joins a Freeman portfolio of family-friendly communities that includes Sea Colony, The Preserve, The Cove, Bear Trap Dunes and Bayside all located in coastal Delaware.

“Tidewater Landing is a stunning property with breathtaking views and access to Love Creek,” says Michelle D. Freeman, president and CEO of Carl M. Freeman Companies. “It’s the next great destination for making lifelong memories. Our team is ready to expand the Freeman magic at the Delaware beach.”

The company has developed and managed more than five million square feet of commercial space for shopping center and office use, servicing more than 1.1 million square feet of retail; built beach-front and golf course communities; and developed more than 20,000 homes in 50 residential communities across Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia.

The Carl M. Freeman Companies is headquartered in Rockville, MD with a second office in Selbyville.

Get the free DBT email newsletter  

Follow the people, companies and issues that matter most to business in Delaware.


You Might also Like

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Premier Digital Partners

© 2022 Delaware Business Times

Holiday flash sale! Subscribe to Delaware Business Times and save 50%.

Limited time offer. New subscribers only.

Holiday flash sale!

Subscribe to Delaware Business Times and save 50%

Limited time offer. New subscribers only.